OLOYEDE David Oluwatoyin

OLOYEDE David Oluwatoyin, PhD

Senior Lecturer

If you’re an educational professional who are looking to progress into management and consultancy, or an educational planning or development role, this is the best degree for you.


Dr. Oloyede David Oluwatoyin graduated with B.A Hons in History/Political Science from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria in 1983. He completed his Masters and Ph.D degrees in Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management from the same University in 1994 and 2000 respectively. Associate Member CIPM 2007.

Dr. Oloyede served as classroom teacher with Oyo State Teaching Service Commission Nigeria 1985-2002. He joined the University system at Olabisi Onabanjo University Ago Iwoye, Ogun State Nigeria 2002-2009, Osun State University, Osogbo, Osun State Nigeria 2010-2015 and Bowen University Iwo, November 2017 till date. He taught courses in Industrial Relations, Business Administration, Human Resource Management and Entrepreneurship Development at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

Dr. Oloyede is a Licensed HR Professional, a full member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria. He has attended and presented papers at local and foreign conferences. He has also published many articles in learned local and international Journals. His areas of interest and research are Human Capital Development and Employment Relations & Entrepreneurship Development.


  • Ph.D., Human Resources Management & Industrial Education, University of Ibadan, Nigeria, 1995-2000
  • M.ED., Human Resources Management & Industrial Education), University of Ibadan, Nigeria, 1992-1994
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Education, University of Ibadan, 1990
  • B.A. History/Political Science, University of Ibadan, Nigeria; 1980-1983
  • H.Sc A Level, Federal School of Arts and Science, Ondo, Nigeria; 1978-1979.


  • D. O. Oloyede (2015). Mentoring in the Workplace: Implications for Organisation Stakeholders. Uniosun International Journal of Management Sciences vol 1 N0 1 2015.
  • D. O. Oloyede (2015). Literacy and Human Resource Development in Nigeria: Issues and Challenges. In Literacy for Sustainable Development in a knowledge Economy:Essays in Honour of Prof Rashid Adewumi Aderinoye.
  • D. O. Oloyede (2012). Comparative Study of Casual and Regular Workers’ Job Satisfaction and Commitment in Two Selected Banks in Lagos State IFE PSYCHOLOGIA: An International Journal,20(1)
  • D. O. Oloyede (2010). Building Employee Commitment for Productivity Bargaining in a Depressed Economy. Uniosun Journal of Politics and Society.1(1)
  • D. O. Oloyede (2008). Influence of Principals’ Managerial Capacity on perceived Teachers Productivity in Secondary Schools in Ogun-State, Nigeria. Journal of Research in Education and Rural Development (JORERD). 4
  • D.O. Oloyede & A.O. Oredein (2007). Learning anytime….Anywhere: Employee Empowerment in Nigeria Tertiary Institutions. International Journal of Internet Education (IJIE), September, 2007.
  • A. O. Oredein & D. O. Oloyede (2007). Supervision quality of teaching personnel effects on students’ academic performance. Educational Research and Reviews, 2(3), March, ISSN 1990-3839 Pp 32-35.
  • D. O. Oloyede (2006) Analysis of correlates of Quality Assurance in Higher Education Service Delivery in South Western Universities in Nigeria. African Journal of Education and contemporary issues, 5(2), 47-57.
  • D. O. Oloyede (2006). Training and Development of employees: a panacea to securing competitive advantage in a globalize economy. Olabisi Onabanjo University Journal of Educational Studies (OOUJES), 6(2), 179-193.
  • A. O. Oredein and D. O. Oloyede (2006). Issues, benefits and barriers of employee empowerment in a globalize world: Nigerian tertiary education, AcademicJournal of Research and Development (AJORAD), 1(1), 72-81.
  • D. O. Oloyede (2006). Determinants of students’ academic performance in vocational Education in tertiary Institutions. Nigerian Journal of Teacher Education & Teaching,2(3), Pp 20-30.
  • D. O. Oloyede (2006). The impact of work induced stress on perceived workers’productivity in Banking Industry in Lagos State. IFE PSYCHOLOGIA: An International Journal14(1), 15-25.
  • D. O. Oloyede (2005). Job satisfaction and motivation as determinants of workers’ commitment in work organizations. International Journal of Labour and Trade Unionism, 1(1), Pp 62-74.
  • D. O. Oloyede (2003). Resource Availability, Utilization and Academic Achievement of Students in Selected Secondary Schools in Ibadan. Ibadan Journal of Educational Studies, 3(1 & 2), 40 – 47.
  • D. O. Oloyede (2003). Analysis of Manpower (Training) Development and effectiveness in Unionized and Non-Unionized Insurance Companies, The Nigerian Journal of Industrial Education and Labour Relations, 6(1&2), 258-278.
  • D. I. Akintayo and D. O. Oloyede (2003). Mass Literacy Campaign and Rural Industrialization Campaign for Children’s Development Process. Lagos Journal of Child and Youth Development, 1(1), 76-81.
  • A. O. Oredein and D. O. Oloyede (2003). Effects of transformational Leadership on Secondary School Teachers’ Stress and Frustration Coping Ability, Journal of Research in Counseling Psychology. 9(1), 70-75.
  • D. I. Akintayo and D. O. Oloyede (2002). The impact of leadership styles on worker’s performance in the University of Ibadan Oyo State, Nigeria. Journal of Educational Innovation and Development, 1(2), 289-304.
  • D. O. Oloyede (2007). Industrial conflict and management strategies. In K.A. Alebiosu & O.I. Akintayo (Eds). Book of Readings in Industrial Relations: Theory and Practices. (1st ed) Ibadan, Nigeria: Y.A. Raji Nig. Ltd. Pp 80-104.
  • D. O. Oloyede (2006). Trade unionism for sustainable development. In K.A. Alebiosu & B.J. Ogunkola (Eds). In Perspectives in Sustainable Development. (1st Ed), Ijebu-Ode, Nigeria: Lucky Odoni, (Nig.) Ent. Pp 144-160.
  • E. O. Babajide and D. O. Oloyede (2003). The School as an Organization, In S. Y Erinosho, M. O. Arikewuyo, and B. J. Ogunkola (Eds.) Issues in School Organization, Lagos: African Cultural Institute, pp. 1 – 16.
  • D.O. Oloyede (2008). Harmonious Industrial Relations for Sustainable Development: Issues and Challenges. In K.A. Alebiosu (Eds).Development and Sustainability in Nigerian Educational System. 2nd National Conference. Institute of Education, Olabisi Onabanjo Univeristy. Pp 70 – 76.


Business Planning90%
Business Law70%
Lecture Skill100%